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  1. #11

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    Face-to-Foot? Groin-to-Knee? Eye-to-Finger? Shame-to-English Language?

    I got nothing.

  2. #12

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    Quote Originally Posted by MastaFighta
    Face-to-Foot? Groin-to-Knee? Eye-to-Finger? Shame-to-English Language?

    I got nothing.
    That last one, "I got nothing".

    What more perfect name?

  3. #13

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    Is it windmill time?

  4. #14

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    remember, when you're inventing your own martial art its important to focus mainly on theoretical philosophy. Try to stray away from live training, or anything when your test subject is less than completely compliant. Experiments like that will likely ruin your technique and make your martial art look like uncivilized cage fighting, which you want to avoid.

    as for ankle locks...****, just grab it and twist baby!

  5. #15

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzfan
    ok guys,
    over 13 years i have studied quite a few styles and it dawned on me one day to combine all my different techniques that i have learned into 1 personal style. however i feel the need to add more leg and ankel locks. from what i use i tend to use all upperbody attacks, if you would send me anything that would help me with kicks, leg locks, ankel locks, knee bars it would be greatly appreaceated

    Are you serial?
    Like super serial?

    The others will make fun of you better than I can, so I'll actually discuss what's on my mind:

    Umm, can we actually create our own martial art if we want? I mean, do you have any approval from your sensei/teachers or are you like pulling a Jacen Solo and appointing yourself a master. This just seems fishy to me.

    Besides all that, what is your new art going to bring to the martial art world? What are you going to do differently or what new spin do you propose to warrant a whole new style?
    I mean, I always thought good technique was already known. This stuff is hecka old; you discovered a new, revolutionary way to punch, perfom armbars, keep the center line, all that crap?
    13 years dude, and your asking about kicks and ankle locks? This is all very perplexing.

    I'm assuming your not actually going to take on students. Right?
    I'm just misunderstanding your post and this is a personal style your developing. Right?

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    What is the purpose for this style?

  7. #17

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    damnit, I'm too damn long-winded!

    Larson has it on the ball!

    Like Agent Smith would say: what's your purpose?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by animlmthr
    I mean, do you have any approval from your sensei/teachers or are you like pulling a Jacen Solo and appointing yourself a master. This just seems fishy to me.
    I do believe I have a new man-crush.

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    you ain't man-crushing me G-Off!

    I'm holding my ground on this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by animlmthr
    you ain't man-crushing me G-Off!

    I'm holding my ground on this...
    You really don't have a choice in the matter.

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